Diagnostics

Imaging Techniques

The flowwing®tc thermographic diagnostic system enables the detection of incipient functional irregularities at a point that allows for the earliest possible therapeutic countermeasures, thereby reconciling the body and the psyche.

The inclusion of the computer in the evaluation of thermographic images has paved the way for new horizons in the holistic approach to primarily unclear functional disorders. As a result, therapists have access to diagnoses that reveal the interplay of basic functions and organ functions as well as recognize and describe people’s personality structures.

Areas of Application

  • Preventive measures (when there are no existing symptoms)
  • Health problems with no clinical findings
  • Chronic diseases
  • Impaired fertility/conception problems
  • Before, during and after cancer therapy
  • In cases of stress, debility and burnout

Energetic Corrector diagnostic and therapy, according to Dr. Rafael Sahakian

With an Energetic Corrector, a therapist feels – via electric oscillation – diseased points in the body, which are recognizable due to their luminescence (visibility under UV light), and simultaneously treats them. Use of an Energetic Corrector makes it possible to uncover causative pathologies and concurrently initiate targeted therapies with high efficacy.

Energetic Corrector therapy directly affects the electrical potential of cells. It can recharge the “empty battery” of cell structures and – in most cases – reverse or at least stop the degeneration process. As a result, self-healing powers are activated and recovery begins.

Areas of Application

  • All inflammatory processes
  • Tumour diseases
  • Chronic diseases
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Polyneuropathies and other neurological disorders
  • Burnout disorders

HRV – Measurement of heart rate variability

Heart rate variability (HRV) can be simply defined as a spontaneous variation of the rhythm of the heart rate. It describes the adaptability of the heart to different performance situations.
The more these intervals fluctuate around an individual basic value (resting pulse), the better the person can adapt to physical and mental stress (for example, caused by stress). This means that the less the heart beats evenly, the higher the HRV and the easier it is for the organism to quickly “switch a few gears up or down”. A non-uniform heart beat is a clear sign that you are fit and healthy. A rhythm that is too rigid – a deep HRV – suggests that something is wrong. Thus, in the hours and even days following intense (frequently recurring) physical and mental stress, the heart beats more evenly. A low HRV can, therefore, be a clear symptom of stress and athletic overactivity.